Solis was assigned to minor league camp on Tuesday, CSNNE's Sean McAdam reports. The 28-year-old catcher played his part by giving the Red Sox's top catchers some innings off this spring, and he should head to Triple-A to work with the organization's next wave of pitchers.
Catcher Ali Solis signed with the Dodgers during the offseason, but he only lasted a few days of spring training. Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reported that Solis is no longer in camp with the Dodgers due to a contractual issue. The 27-year-old Solis appeared in eight games for the Rays last season, with one RBI. The Dodgers are down to five catchers in camp and are likely to add another non-roster catcher.
The Rays have sent catcher Ali Solis outright to Triple-A Durham on Sunday. Solis had just one RBI over seven plate appearances while with the big-league club.
The Rays optioned catcher Ali Solis to Triple-A Durham after Tuesday's loss to the Cardinals, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Solis' roster spot is going to Ryan Hanigan, who is expected to return from the disabled list Wednesday. Solis ended up making eight appearances with the Rays, going 0 for 6 at the plate.
Rays catcher Ali Solis was not in the team's starting lineup Sunday. Solis had to leave Saturday's game after being hit in the nose with a deflected pitch. He's not the normal starter at the position, so it's unclear if this is a normal day of rest, or if he needs more time to recover.